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CUICACO COMES DOWN I PEC
Eampi Up Against tha Eta. Tktng in
Game with Brook yn.
NEW YORK TAKES LEAD FOR A CHANGE
Haaloa'a H Pet l "tlsl Cam
Hold tae Visitors Dowa e Oat
Baa Boatoa Ta.lt On
BROOKLYN. Juno . By dfeat1n- Chi
cago today at Brooklyn, Hajilon s men
helped tba New Yorker to first place In
the pennant race. The locals played an er
rorless came while I'oole kept the hlta of
the visitors well scattered. Wicker was
taken out of the box and replaced by
Brown In the second Inning. Attendance,
J, 000. Score:
R.H.O.A.s.1 a. M. O.A.I.
1 I I 1 0 Smith, ef t 1 1
L.omler. rt... 1 I I V (i (jr. tb.
1 1 0 0
iobhe. ef 1110 0 t:hire. 1
, 1 11 1
JaeKllterh. lb I 0 o) Sl.'.e. K.
0 10 0 0
,,irnan. lb.... 0 Oil OiJonaa, rf...-.
itebb. m 0 111 olErera. lb....
jictormk. lb 1 1 1 'Kllna. o
0 0 4 4 0
Jeriten. e 11110
-ole, 0 0 1 0
Totals i IT 11 0
0 0 14 0
, V 1 0
.0 0 0 1 1
I Totals 1 114.16 1
Brooklyn 2 1000010-.
Chicago 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 01
Left on bases: Chicago, T; Brooklyn, 8.
Two-base hit: )a-le. Three-base hits:
Lumley, Jacklttsch. Stolen base: Jack
litaoh. Double plays: Brown to Tinker to
Chance; fltiprkard to Babb. Sacrifice hits:
livers, Poole. First base on balls: Off
-irowne, 2: oft Poole, S. Struck out: By
Frown, 8; by Poole, 4. Time: 1:46. Umpire:
Pitlsbars; hat Out at Xrw York.
NEW YORK, June 8. Although New
York made only three hits off PMIllppl to
day, the locals shut out the 1'lttnburK
team - McUlnnlty was well supported and
jlowerman's timely hits were responsible
lor placing McO raw's men once more ahead
in the race for the championship. Attend
ance, b,t. Boo re:
It. HO. A. B.
;:ranahan, ef 1 0 1 0 w
Iea-h, lb.... 0 1110
Hrowne, rt.,. 1 0 1 1 0
Ueaemont, ef 0 0 1 0 0
r'larke. If 0 1 0 0
tenia, lb.... o 1 l l
..owerin'n, lb 0 111 0 0
..lertee.. If.... 0 1 0 0
Wagner, aa. . . 4 1 1 1 0
Breneflaid, lb 0 11 1 1
sabring, r(... 0 1 0 0 0
Rltohar. lb... 1 1 1 11
.ihlen, as. .. 0 0 1 1 1
.ilbert, lb...O 0 14 0
7arner. a.... 0 0 11
Phelps, s 0 0 1 0 1
iicomoitr. p. o 0 o l ol
Total! t 1 IT 11 ! Totals 0 1 M It 4
Tew York 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 t
i Ittsburg 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 00
First on errors: Ne-vr York, 3; Pittsburg,
". Left on bases: New York, S; Pittsburg,
i First on balls: Off Phllllprl, 1; off Mc
Ulnnlty, 2. Struck out: By MeOlnnlty, 1;
1 y Philllppl, 6 SacYlnce hits: Brown, Bow
i .-man, Warner, Bransflold. Stolen baser:
irowne, Mertes (2). Double play: Browne
Warner. Wild pitch: McGinnlty. Time:
. :40. Umpires: Emslle and O'Day.
Boston Wins In the Eleventh.
BOSTON, June 8. Boston won an extra
lnlntrs game today bunching hits, with
.Inclnnatl's mlsplays, after loose fielding
tad apparently given - the visitors a safe
sad. Willis, although effective, was wild,
nd gave a run by a balk. Dolan was or
lered off the grounds by Johnston tor ar-
. uins. , Attendance, i.vm. ncorp:
.(else, ef...... 11110
CM wall. f
0 0 111
. Ab'Urhlo, . 1 1 1 1
0 0 10 0
t annell, rf.
. I 1 10
0 0 0 1 0
1 0 11 0 0
0 10 0 0
'. enney, lb..
0 1 11 1 llSeymotir, of
0 0 14 l! Dolan. rf...,
Corcoran, is.. 1114
Woodruff, lb. 0 0 1 4
0 10 4
Schlal. .o 0 111
Elliott, p 1
TeUla ' i 14 10 11 1
. o o io
Totals...... T21 It 4
Two out when winning run was made.
:oston 0 000(0110 1-4
Cincinnati 0 0 1 2 1 0 0 1 0 0-6
Two-base hits: Needham. Abbattlchlo.
lome run: Elliott. Double plays: Corcoran
. Huggins to Kelley (2); Moran to Tanney
Needham; Willis to Abbattichlo to Ten-
ley. First base on balls: Off Elliott, 2; off
.Cellum, 1: off Willis, . Hit by pitched
ball: By lOlllot, Tenney.- Struck out: - By
Elliott, 8: by Kellum, 1: by Willis, 4. Balk:
Villls. Wild pitch: Elliott. Time: 2:05.
Jmptre; Johnstone. , '
hlladelphla Tarns Like the Worm.
PHILADELPHIA, June 8. Printer's
steady work in the box and timely hitting
.y Lush enabled Philadelphia to defeat
Ll. Louis today, Corbett was well sup
ported, but his lack of control was costly,
three of the four passes resulting In runs.
.ttenaance, x.aus. eoore:
nomas, ef... 114 11
i.leaaofl, lb.. 1114 0
.'olTort'n, abO 0 0 1 0
uh. lb. I 111 1 0
o i i o
Rack lay, lb.. 0 1 10 1 0
' urrr, rf..... 110 0 0
0 110 0
, ktua. If 0 1 I 0 u
ulawltt. aa.. 0 0 I 4 0
. tools, 1 1 4 1 0
.' raaar, p 0 0 1 I 0
Burka. lb.... 0 t 1
Orady, e...... 0 110 4
Csrbatt. p.... 1 1 1 1 0
Totals 4 117 14 ll Totals......! I 14 11
Batted for Barry In ninth.
-hlladelphla 0 llOlOOO 4
Jt Louis 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 0-8
Left on bases: St. Louts, 4; Philadelphia,
V Stolen basi s: Thomas (2), Shay. Two
ulM hits: Bhay, Farrell, Grady, Brain.
..acriftce hits: Shannon, Hulswltt (2), Wol-
erton. Double plays: Shay to Farrell to
.ieckiey; Hulswltt to Uleason to Lush,
itruck out: By Fraaer, 4; by Corbett, 6.
.ases on balls: Off Fraser, 1; off Corbett,
V Hit by pitched bajl: Wolverton. Time:
. 25. Umpire: Moran.
1 StandlBg of the Teams.
' Played. Won. Ist. T.V-
:.ew York ...41 28 13 .60
nicngo 40 13 .75
v IncinnaU 43 ,28 15 .2
..t. Louis 39 18 DO .4S7
ittsburg 41 19 ' 22 .404
1 rooklyn 44 18 26 .
i oston , 40 16 24 . 4(4
1 nlladelphla 38 ,8 80 .212
Uames today: St. Louis at Philadelphia,
'.'Ittsburg at New York, Chicago at Brouk
.jn, Cincinnati at Boston.
Creameries Win Again.
LINCOLN, Neb., June 8. (Special Tele
gram.) The Wahoo team did bettor today.
, he Saundurs county aggregation pluyed
errorless ball In the field, but could not
locate Adams' curves, the victory going to
I i,e Creameries by a score of to Hleen
drove In four of Lincoln's runs by landing
on the ball for two scorching thrse-base
uaAia. v The score:
R H E
'.'re&merles ....1 0 0 0 I 1 0 0 6 8 6
Wahoo 0 0 0 2 1 0 0 0 08 6 0
Batteries: Crenmerles, Adams and Ben
Jar; Wahoo, Anderson and E. Johnson.
Decision for Milwaukee Clab.
CINCINNATI, Juno 8. The national base
'.mil commission today refused to make n
I ndlng In the oaee of the Brooklyn National
loague club against the Milwaukee club
fr the sum of 81.600 for players Ftilts and
Anderson. The oommlsslon hold that the
llHputa dates book long -tiefors any steps
were taken for the adoption of a national
agreement and that the present jw tiers of
"CV--!v p j
i v7 rJifhr.
the Mllarnukee club know nothing of the
GAMES I THE AMERICA I.1CAGIK
Washlagton Tlghteas Its Criip en the
ST. Wlfl, June 8 The St Louts Amer
icans defeated the Washington tenm here
today by a score of 12 to 0. Glade, who
twined for St. Loula, was invincible and
nllcwed only two hits. Only two ef the
Washlngtons reached third base during the
game. In a collision at the plate in the
eighth Inning between Lew Drill, catcher
for Washington, and "Bobby" Wallace. St.
Louis' shortstop, the latter had a rib on
bis left side broken. The Injury will keep
Wallace out of the game for some time.
Attendance. 1.W1. The score:
rr. Lotus 1 WAsnmoToN.
R H O A I R.H.O.A.B.
BurkU. If... 1 l' 1 0 OCaaaMr. lb... 0 111
HeMrlrk, tf .l 1 1 1 0 Donoran. rl..
Hemphill, rf. 1 1 1 0 OMorn. J J
Wallaea. SS...1 1 1 1 0 Selharh. If. .. J J 1 0
Jon.4. lb.....! J.l J 0Mk7nr.? lb 0 11.
p."sn"'ib:::i 1 on.
BunLs. e....l 1 1 0 1 rlll. e.. 0 0 4 1 1
Olnda, p 1 0 1 1 0 Townaend. p.. 0 0 0 4 1
Olraon, et-M 00010 " " "
Pally, ef 0 0 1 0 0 Totals 1 14 17 1
Total. 11 U 17 14 0
Rt. Louis 1 4 1 4 0 0 0 J -
Washington 0 00000000-0
Two-bsse hit: Pndden. 8acr1flce hit: Sug
den. Double play: Heldrlck to Sugden.
Stolen bases: Jones, Hemphill. Wallace
Wild pl'ih: Townsend (2). Bases on balls:
Off Townsend, 6. Struck out: By Glade, 6;
by Townsend, 8. Left on bases: St. Louis,
lo; Washington, 1. Time: 1:40. Umpire:
Re-cord Breakinf Fielding.
CHICAGO, June 8. The features of to
day's gams were the great number of as
sists made by the visitors and their four
double plays, one of them probably a
record, being handled by seven fielders.
Owen pitched a fine game and was per
fectly supported, while the errors behind
Plnnk gave Chicago most of their runs.
Attendance, 8,850. Score:
CU1CAOO. I ' PHILADELPHIA,
R.H. O.A.E. I R.H.O.A.B.
Holmes, if... 1 1 0 4 0 Hartial. lf.,.0 1111
Jonea. ct 1 1 4 0 0 Hoffmao, cf . 1 110 0
Callahan, 2b.. 1 1 1 1 0 H. Patla. lb. 0 1 10 1 t
O. Darla. s.,1 1 1 I IL Croaa. lb., fv 0 1 4 0
Orean, rf 1 110 0 Beyhnld, rf... 0 10 0 0
tionohue, lb.. 0 1 14 1 0 Murphy, la...l 1111
Tunnehlll, lb 111 0 Powers, .... 0 1101
Sullivan, ... 1 IjJ 0 0 I'lank. p 0 0 0 1 1
Owen, p 0 0 t 1 0 Barthold, p..O 0 0 0 1
. M. crtaa, as.. 0 0 1 1 1
Totals 8 10 17 14 0 'Mullen 0 0 0 0 0
I "Pic kering .,0 0 0 0 0
Totals 1 1 M B) I
Brttted for Powers In the nirrth.
United for Barthold In the' ninth.
Chicago 0 1 0 1 t 4 0 0 - 8
Philadelphia 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0-1
Left on bases: Chicago, E; Philadelphia, 8.
Two-base hits: Tannehlll, Sullivan, Hoff
man, H. Davis. Green, Hnrtsei. Sacrifice
hits: Plank, Murphy, Donahue, Owen.
Stolen' bases: Callahan, Donahue. Double
plavs: Plank to Murphy to H. Davis.
Powers to H. Cross, Murphy to Davis,
Murphy to H. Davis to M. Cross to L. Cross
to Powers to Plank to Hartsel. Struck
out: By Owenl; by Plank, 1; by Barthold.
2. First base on balls: Off Owen, 2: off
Barthold, 1. Hit by pitched ball: Callahan.
Time: 2:00. Umpire: Dwyer.
Detroit 'Wins' from Boston.
DETROIT, June 8. Detroit won a good
game from Boston today. Gibson was wild
and was hit so freely that he gave way
after two Innings. Winter pitched well,
but Boston could not Mullln after the
second inning. Lowe made one great stop
and Parent cor.t!nul his flno fielding. At
tendance, 1,000. score:
Barron, cf.... 1
Mclntyra, If.. 1
Crawford, rf.. 0
Lows, lb 0
Carr, lb 0
Gramlns'r, lb 0
Buelow, e.... 0
Mullln, p..... 1
O'Laary, as.. 0
0 Dougherty. If 0 1 8 0
oicomne, lb.... 1 i i
0 Stahl. cf 0 0 0 0 0
1 Frermaa, rf.. 0 10 0 0
0 Parent, aa.... 0 0 11
OILaChanes, lb 0 1 10 1
O'Fvrrla. lb.... 10 4 4
0. Crltor, e till
Olbon, p 0 0 0 1
Winter, p..., 0 1 I 1
Tannehlll .. 0 0 0 0
I 1 17 11 1
Totals 1 III li 0
Batted for Crlger In the ninth. " '
Detroit 1 1 000000. 8
Boston 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 t
Two-base hits: Mullln. Gremlnger. Sacri
fice hit: O'Leary. Stolon base: Do-igherty.
First base on balls: Off Mullln, 1; off Gib
son. 8; off Winter, 2. First base on errors:
Boston, 1. Left on bases: Detroit, 8; Bos
ton, 6. Struck out: By Mullln, 6; by
Winter,- 1. Double plays: Ferris to Parent
to LaChance, Parent to Ferris to LaChance.
Time: 1:46. Umpires: O'Loughlin and
, Cleveland Easy for New York.
CLEVELAND. June 8. Powell had Cleve
land at his mercy today. Only three
Clevelanders reached first base, his support
being perfect in spite of the muddy condi
tion of. the field. Cleveland's only run was
secured on the only base on balls of the
fame and Hickman's two-bagger. New
ork bunched four hits In the second In
ning off Donahue. Today was Eagles' day,
several hundred Eagles attending. Attend
ance, 8,200. Score:
NEW- YORK. - I CLEVELAND.
R.H. O.A.I. I R.H.O.A.B.
Keeler, rf.... 1 1 4 0 0 Bay. ef 0 0 10 0
Conroy. SS.... 0 0 0 1 0 Lnah, If 0 0 1 0
Wtlllama, lb. 0 1 0 1 0 Bradley, lb.. 0 0 0 1 0
Anderson, If.. 0 1 4 0 0 Lejole, SS....0 0 1 4 0
Ganael,- lb..,. 0 110 OFIuk. rf I 0 110
McOulr. c.,.0 110 0 Hickman, lb. 0 1 1 1 1
Ceteon. lb.... 1 110 0 Srhwarti, lb. 0 0 11 0 0
Taoney, cf... 1 14 1 0 Abbott, e 0 0 10 1
Powell, p 1 10 1 0 Donahue, p...O 10 11
"Basils 0 0 0 0 0
Totals 4 111710
' Totals 1 I 17 11 9
Batted for Donahue In ninth.
Cleveland 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 01
New York 1 8 0 0 0 0 0 0 0-4
First on errors: New York, 2. Two-base
hits: Donahue, Hickman. Sacrifice hit:
Conroy. Base on balls: Off Powell, 1. Left
on bases: Cleveland, 1; New York, 8. Struck
out: By Donahue. 1; by Powell, 5. Time:
1:28. Umpires: Sheridan 'and Carpenter.
Btandlngr of the Teams.'
Boston ...42 29 13 .00
Cleveland 88 22 16 . 579
New York 40 23 17 .675
Chicago 44 25 19 .r.t.8
Philadelphia 41 22 19 . 636
St. Louis 89 20 19 .513
Detroit 40 14 28 .SSO
Washington ,...40 7 88 .178
Games today: New York, -at Cleveland,
Boston at Detroit.
GAMES IN AMERICAN ASSOCIATION
St. Pant Has Nothing to Do Bet Pennd
INDIANAPOLIS, June l.-St. Paul
pounded Newltn all over the field today.
The fielding cf Indianapolis was very rag
ged and the game .devoid of features. The
Bt Paul team was In, tine form. Attend
ance, 1.680. Score:
T. PAUL. . ' INDIANAPOLIS.
R.H.O.A.B 1 K.H.'VA.B
Jones, ef 1 1 1 0 0 Cerr. tb 11 1 I 0
( llnsman. aa. 0 0 1 1 0 Mijoon. lb. ..1 1 1 1 1
Jackaon, rf...! Ill i MrtTetry, ef. 0 1 I 0 1
V, heeler. If... I I 1 0 0 Swandar, if..O 1 1 0 0
O' Brian, tb... 1 1 0 0 0 Hogrleaar, rf. 1 1 4 0 0
Kellay, lb...l 4 11 I OHirdon, e..., 0 0 4 1 0
Miiroaa. lb...O 111 1 Dicker. lb...l till
Sullivan, e...O 1 0 I 0 Hnaa. aa 0 10 10
Ferguaoo, p.. 0 111 0 Newlln. p....O 0 110
Berry 0 0 0 0 0
ToUls 1 17 17 II 1
I Totals,-..... 4 10M 14 4
Cllngman out on bunt strikes.
Batted for Newlln.
Indianapolis 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 2 4
St. Paul 0 1 i i'O 0 I 0 0-4
- Bases on balls: By Newlln, 2; by Ferguson,
1. Struck out: By Newlln, 2. Two-base
hits: liosrtiever. Kelly. Double nlay: Jack
son to Kelley. Stolen bases: Wheeler, Mar-
can, J apes, jack son. ieit on nascs; in-
In the lummer time tie e
ia nothing that pleat-es the
little folks more than
r r y- H
The best thing to quench the
thirst or tone the stomach in the
summer lime. None of the bad
effecU of Ice water, Ice tea or beer.
Drink it and avoid stomach end k
bowel troubles, or biliousness.
"It has tbst soappy, gingery
WlKM DehfirAh Mineral Sorintfa.
council Diuiia luvra. . v
f dtanapoMs, S; St. Paul, 1 Time: 1:44. Um
One-Hided flame at Colatabns.
COLUMBUS, June 8. Columbus defeated
Milwaukee today in one-sided game.
Strtckiett was knocked out of the box,
eleven hlta being made off his delivery In
four Innings. Attendance, t.UO. ' Score:
COLUMHrl. I fcULWAVKJEB.
a H O A.B.I R.H. O.A.E.
Da Tie. rf...
1 I 0 0 0 Stone, rt 0 0 1 0 0
0 0 11 OSrhaefar. SS..0 0 1 4 0
110 1 0,0'Hrien, Jb
1 4 11 1 0 Clark, lb...,
0 0 1 0 0 Pm,ll. If.
Klnm. lb..... I
Clymer cf.... 0
Martin, If.... 1
Brldwell. as.. 0
Blmoa, e. 0
Malarkey. p.. 0
1 0 0 0 Hemphill, ef . 0 4
1110 B'tem'n. lh-B 0 0 1
1110 Slattary. e-lb 0 0 1
0 18 O'Strtrklatt. p.. 0 1 0
Totals 1 11 17 11 0
I Totals I 7 14 14 1
Columbus t 1 0 8 0 8 0 0
Milwaukee 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 Oi 1 t
Stolen base: Dsvls. Sacrifice hlfs: Wrig
ley 2), Davis", Clymer, Schaefer. First base
on balls: Off Malarkey ,1; off Bateman. 1.
Two-bsse hits: Davis, Klhm 42). Three
base hit: Martin. Double play: Frlel to
Bldwell to Klhrik Hit by pitched ball:
Simon. Struck out: By Malarkey, 7; by
Strlcklett, 1. Time: 2:18. Umpire: Baus
wlne. Kansas City is Outplayed.
LOUISVILLE, June 8. Louisville out
played Kansas City today and won a slow
and uninteresting game. Egan held the
visitors safe at all times. Barry also
pitched a good game, but poor support and
base running were responsible for the
visitors' defeat. Attendance, 400. Score:
LOU1SVILI.F:. i KANSAS CITT.
R.H.O.A.B. E.H.O A S
I 1 1
0 0 4
0 Hill. lf-rf....O
1 VanDumn, lb 1
0 Nance, cf 1
0 Bonner, lb. , . 1
l'Rran. lb 0
M U ary. r-lf 1
0 Duller, c 0
0 Lawee, as.... 0
0 Barry. B 0
I 117 11 I
I Total! 4 10 Z4 u
Louisville 0 18 0 110 0 B
Kansas City 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 2 04
Two-base hits: Nance, Bonner, Arndt.
Three-base hits: Hart, Nance. Stolen bases:
Dexter 2). Brashear (2), Kerwln, Egan.
Bases on balls: Off Egsn, 1; off Barry, 1.
Struck out: By Egan, 8: by Barry, 2. Hit
by pitched balls: White. Hill, Arndt. Left
on bflses: Louisville, 4; Kansas City, 5.
Double plays: -Hallman to Arndt, Bonner
to VanBuren. Time: 1:45. Umpire: Holll
day. Postponed Games.
At Toledo Toledo-Minneapolis game post
poned; wet grounds. (
Stnndlnar of the Teams.
Played. Won.i Lost
Bt. Paul ....
Games today: Milwaukee at Co'.umbus,
Kansas City at Louisville, St. Paul at In
dianapolis, Minneapolis at Toledo.
gprlaa-e Get Three Straight.
COLORADO SPRINGS, June 8. Colorado
Springs made It three straight from Des
Moines and took the :ast game of the series
by a score of 10 to 1 The Colorado
Springs team batted the ball all over the
field and won as they pleased. Score:
Colo. Springs. .01110110 10 11 2
Den Moines. ...1 00100000-38
Batteries: McNeill jr and Baerwald; Lie
field and G. Clark.
At Denver Denver-Omaha game post
poned; . wet grounds.
Stnndlnsr of the Teeuns.
- Played. Won. Lost. P. C.
Colorado Springs ..34 3 11 .67
Denver 37 "24 13 .619
St Joseph 86 19 17 .628
Omaha 36 16 20 .444
Des Moines 41 18 23 . 439
Sioux City 86 -10 26 . 278
Games today: Omaha and Des Moines at
Lincoln, Sioux City at Denver, St. Joseph
at Colorado Springs.
Schayier Wins Hot One.
SCHUYLER, Neb.. June 8.,-(Speclal Tele
gram.) They, call It about the best ever
In ball here today, Schuyler having shut
out Spalding in a very even, clean and
pretty game from start to finish. Schuyler
won all it got by a little loose playing In
the second Inning, all of the rest being a
steady chalking up of goose eggs. The
Schuyler 0 80000000 2
Spalding 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 00
Errors: Schuyler, 1; Spalding 8. Stolen
base: Brown. Sacrifice hit: Nunnally.
Double plays: Nunnally, Bpaldlng. Batter
ies: Schuyler, Pruyn and Fulmer: Spalding,
Lewln and Skeen. Bases on balls: Oft
Pruyn, 1; off Lewln 1. Struck out: By
Pritvn. R: .hv. Lewln. 8.
The Omaha Regents play here next Tues
Close Game at Desnler.
DESHLER, Neb., June 8. (Special.) An
Interesting game of base ball was played
between Deshler and Alexandria, resulting
In a victory for Deshler. It was a pitchers'
battle throughout, and it took ten Innings
to decide the game. Score:
Deshler .... 0 1 1000000 18
Alexandria , 0011000000-2
Batteries: Deshler, Struve and Slttler;
Alexandria, Axtell and Allen. Struck out:
By Struve, 14; by Axtell. 6.
- Grand Island Plays Loose Game.
GRAND ISLAND, Neb., June 8. (Special
Teegram.) irand Island threw the ball
game away and Its error column tells most
of the story. Score: rhk
Ord T....0 1 4 0 0 0 0 1 1-7 7 3
Grand Island ..0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 2 8 5 10
Batteries: Ord. Bills and Whltcomb;
Grand Island. Glade and Hart.
The teams play a second game tomorrow.
Do yd Theater Team Wins.
r r . 1 . . I. J.fnnlMl Pnrlor
I lie DUU luvaivi iiuu uu.uu.cu ..... .
Charlton's team in a practice game Wednes
day, 9 to 7. The feature of tne game was
the batting by. Kitchen, Tague and Story.
Batteries: Boyd, Tague and Kitchen;
Charltons, Speed and Charlton.
EVENTS ON THE RUNNING TRACKS
Chrysltls Wins the Clover Sta.fa.es for
NEW "YORK, June S. Chrysitls, heavily
played, won the Clover stakes for 2-year-olds
at Uravesend today by a head from
Csaruphlne. Incantation was third, five
lengths back. Lyne rushed Czaraphine to
the front and held the lead to a few strides
of the lead, where O Neil brought Chrysitls
up with a rush... The track was heavy.
Results: m ,
First rare, selling, about six furlongs:
Bardolph won, Ascension second, King
Pepper third. Time: l:12Ji.
Beoond race, five and a half furlongs:
Gillpln won. Knight of Pearl second, Jerry
C. third. Time: 1:11. . M M
Third race, handicap, one mile and a fur
long: Audience won, Andy Wllllums sec
ond. Himself third. Time: 1:68.
Fourth race, the Clover stakes, five fur
longs: Chrysitls won, f.'saraphlne second.
Incantation third. Time: 1 :(
Fifth race, selling, one mile and a six
teenth: Stuyve won, Charles El wood sec
ond. Reveille third. Time: 1;61H-
Sixth race, one mile and a sixteenth:
Brooklynlte won, Toprlglit second. Nlc
Long worth third. Time: 1:64.
CINCINNATI, June 8. Hosults:
First race, six furlongs: Bennle Mary
won, Florl second, Maid of the Order third,
lime: lilfr. -
Second race, one mile: ,D. L. Moore won.
Locust Blossom second, Antolee third.
Thlrd race, five furlongs: Moaco Maid
won, Parthula second, Owen third. Time:
fourth race, handicap, one mile and a
sixteenth: Handmore won, Sir Gallant
second, Delmonlco third. Time: 1:47.
Filth race, steeplechase, short course:
Volnntlne won, second. Faraday, Jr.,
third. Time: 3:06.
Sixth race, six and a half furlongs: Mr.
Fsrnum won,' Lulu second. Grand Mjiry
third. Time: 1:81V,.
CHICAGO, June 8. Results:
First race, five furlongs: 8wedlsh Lnd
won. Tennvburn seconU, Butwell third.
Second rues, steeplechase, short course:
Ixo plnnter won, Ilacatlsra second. Golden
Link third, lime: 3:SD.
Third race four and a half furlongs:
Broadway Girl won, Belle of Ashland sec
ond, Seasick third. Time: 0:65.
Fourth race, one mile and a sixteenth:
Moharib won. Miss Crawford second. Prince
Bllver Wlnga third, lime: 1:48.
Fifth race, six furlongs; The Crisis won,
American second, Sad Sam third. Time:
Sixth race one mile and a quarter: Tan
rred won. Banter second, Harrison third.
BT. IiDI IS, June 8. Results:
First race, six furlongs, selling: Uranium
won, Ethl Davis secotid. Tribes third.
Time: 1-.18V4. ,
Second race, four snd a half furlongs,
selling: DegmmniHt won. Wlllowdene sec
ond. Garrett Wilson third. Time: 0:B,V.
Third race, seven furlongs, purse: Just So
won. Footlights second, Forehand third
Fourth ruce, one mile and seventy yards,
handlcsp: Taby Tosa won. Luclan second.
In n McKenna third. Time: 1:50.
Fifth race, six furlongs, selling: Jake
Ward won. Lady Contrary eecond. Clover
ton third. Time: 1:18.
Sixth race, one mile and twenty yards,
selling: Pathos woo, Dawson second. Sling
laird. Tlma; 1:47 iA.
COURT HOLDS NAN PATTERSON
Initios -Olsrka Dsi tt Writ of Etbosi
Coipai to Woman Found In Cab.
MAN TELLS ATTORNEY HE SAW SHOOTING
Says that Man and Woman Were
Straggling, with Venn Heldinc
the Gun Which Wee
NEW YORK. June 8. Justice Clarke of
the supreme court today denied the writ
of habeas corpus for the release of Mrs.
Nan Patterson, who la held In connection
with the mysterious .shooting of Caesar
Young, the well known bookmaker and
turfman. Mrs. Patterson was remanded to
the ' Tombs prison, where shs has been
confined alnce Young was shot to death In
a cab while he was driving, to a steamship
pier In company with the young woman to
sail for Europe with his wife. Nominally
she Is held aa a witness, but District At
torney Jerome has Intended that In case of
her release either by ball or other means
she will be Immediately rearrested. The
case took a hew turn today when Algernon
Meyer, of Jacksonville, Fla., publicly an
nounced that he was a witness to the kill
ing of Young and stated that Young him
self held the revolver which fired the fatal
shot. His first story was told to the rep
resentative of a newspaper, but later In
the day Meyer went to the district at
torney and said be desired to make a for
mal statement in reg.ird to the case. Mr)
Jerome was not at his office at the time,
but Meyer said he would return later In
Meyer met District Attorney Jerome and
Assistant Attorney Rand later In the after
noon and was subjected to an extended ex
amination. His statement waa taken In
full by an official stenographer.
Meyer says there was snother witness to
the tragedy. This was a man about S feet 8
Inches tall, attired in a dark suit anl wear
ing a straw hat He had a small black
moustache. This men, who was opposite
the cab when the pistol was fired, accord
ing to the atory told by Meyer, jumped up
on the step of the cab and rode a short
ttlstance. Meyer says he thinks the man
talked to the woman. -
Man and Woman la Senffle.
According to the story told by Meyer be
was walking up West Broadway Saturday
morning, when his attention was attracted
to a oab coming down the street Aa he
looked up the occupants, a ' maa and
woman, began to scuffle.
"As the cab approached me," continued
Meyer, "I saw that the man bad a gun in
his right hand. His right arm waa around
her neck and the hand waa about on a
level with her head. At first I thought he
waa trying to put the pistol to her head.
Right in front of ma the tall man with the
black moustache waa walking:, and I aaw
mm atop and look at the cab. I could see
the glint of the pistol barrel and all at
onoe I beard the report and saw a little
smoke float out The driver did not atop
nis cao. me , hand with the gun In it
dropped down the girl's back and she
dodged away. Then the man In the cab
fell over. This was Just before the cab
passed me and Just as the man ahead of
me had run out and Jumped up on tho
"I turned and watched the cab go down
the street. Then saw it stop and a crowd
began to gather. I did not want to get
mixed up in the case and kept awav from
the crowd. I had a reason for not wanting1
to De mixed up in. , the-affair, but when I
bought the newspapers Saturday afternoon
and aaw that the case looked bad for the
woman I determined apeak If It became
necessary. I had never heard the name of
Caesar Young nor the name Nan Patterson
before." . . ,
Puglliat to Defend Woman.
After a second effort within twenty-four
hours to secure from; J. Morgan Smith,
brother-in-law of Mrs. Nan Patterson, any
Information he may i possess as to tha
ownership of the. revolver which killed
Bookmaker Frank T. Young, a subpoena
has been served directing Smith to appear
before the grand Jury today.
Detectives have been at work constantly
since the tragedy, which occurred Saturday
morning In a cab, to trace the ownership
of the revolver, j whereby they expect to
unravel the mystery surrounding the affair.
It was at first stated that the weaocn had
probably been shipped by a local firm to
San Francisco. This was found, however,
to be incorrect, and now It Is definitely
said that. It waa sold over the counter here.
This occurred In 1898, when Young was In
San Francisco and another person con
nected with the affair Is understood to have
been In New York.
Mrs. Patterson's brother-in-law, who waa
called to the district attorney's office yes
terday and examined at length, waa vis
ited several hours later by detectives and
upon refusing to answer their questions he
was served with a subpoena.
A well known young pugilist from tha
west who has Just returned from Europe
is understood to have promfsed to meet the
expense of defending Mrs. Patterson and
has made arrangements to furnish ball for
her should the court decide upon accepting
Although grand Jury subpoenas had
been Issued for J. Morgan Smith and other
witnesses District Attorney Jerome said
that the case of Mrs. Nan Patterson would
not be taken up by the grand Jury at this
After a consultation between Attorney
Levy of counsel for Mrs. Patterson; Dis
trict Attorney Jerome and Coroner Brown,
following the denial of the writ of habeas
corpus, the prisoner was taken to the
"This woman Is charged with murder In
the first degree," said Mr. Jeromo, "and no
magistrate Is empowered to accept ball for
one charged with that offense."
"I will settle that mstter," returned
Coroner Brown, "by saying that I shall
not accept ball. That Is my prerogative.
The prisoner will return to the Tombs."
Says He Saw Young Shoot.
JACKSONVILLE, Fla., June 8. Algernon
C. Meyer, who testified that he saw Young
shoot himself, resides here and la well and
favorably known. He left Jacksonville
three weeks ago on a business trip, going
to Wilmington, N. C. and thenca to New
Golfers Resntne at Sandwich.
LONDON. June 8. The contest for the
open golf championship was started today
at Sandwich In blustering weather. Owing
ty the heavy entry only one round was
flayed today. Walter J. Travis, the Amer
can champion, started steadily and went
out in 89, but he did not show up to good
sdvantage in returning. His score for the
full round was 83, which Is poor. Travis
drove further than during the amateur
championship contest, but his putting waa
Thus far Thorn sen, a profess tonal, leads
with a score of 78.
National Gaard Shoot.
CEDAR RAPIDS, la., June 8.-Hpeo1al
Telegram.) In the Iowa National Guard
shoot tndav Ueutenant Fnrsythe of Com
lnv A, Flfty-slxtn regiment, won the
national marksman's trophy with a score
of sixty-four. Colonel Morse won the in
spector s trophy with a wore of 15. The
lst regimental scores were: Sergeant
Fisher. C'ompeny B. Flftv-thlrd regiment,
4: Sergeant Othmler, Compnny c, Fifty,
fourth regiment. 1M; Captain Wright, Com-r-any
K. Fifty-fifth regiment. 1C4; Sergeant
"teams. Company A, Fifty-sixth regiment,
' Erlipaes Win Another.
The Eclipses nre rapidly mounting toward
the top in the kid league lust now. Yes
terday they won their lUra.viutury of the
week, defeating the Union Pacifies. 11 to 4.
For the winners Wlnhausen and Wright
were the battery and for the losers Gorman
and Renschen officiated. The game was
played at Eighteenth and Harney.
Care Leads Schaefer..
PARIS June 8. The score st the end of
the third round In the Schnefer-Ctire bil
liard match for 3.fiu points, elghteen-lnch
balk line, tonight was: Cure-. l.Sw; Schaefer,
1,144. Cure beat the record In a match .of
this class by a ran of 225. '
TROUBLE OVER A FISH POND
Wyoming Ranchmen Threaten to Use
Dyaamlte en Private Lake
of t'nlon Pacific
CHETENNE, Wyo.. June 8 (Speclal.)
A report has reached Cheyenne to the ef
fect that certain ranchmen living on Pale
creek, on Sherman hill, will dynamite the
flan- In the Union raclflc pond near Her
moea, on that stream, and possibly destroy
the dam that holds the water in check.
Recently the Union Pacific posted notices
at the pond denying fisherman the priv
ilege of enjoying the trout fishing there,
which has been excellent for several years,
or since the pond was created by the big
"fill" which was made when the line was
reconstructed over Sherman hill a few
years ago. It is said that the state fish
commissioner has also declared the pond
an auxiliary to the atste fish hatchery for
the purpose of gathering the trout eggs
for hatching at the state Institution at
Local fishermen are considerably wrought
up over the action of the Union Pacific in
enclosing the pond with a heavy wire
fence and posting a guard there to keep
trespassers away, but they overlook the
fact that the pond Is on the right-of-way
of the company and also that the water of
the stream Is not Impeded In Its progress,
although a small dam was put In. From a
legal point of view the company has the
right to protect Its pond and hold same
for the use of Its officials and friends, for
fishing purposes. Anyone can maintain a
private pond, stock It from the state
hatchery and protect It from trespassers.
LOOKING FOR CRAZY NEGRO
Belle-red - that Demented Car Porter
Has Died of Exposare la
CHEYENNE Wyo,, June .especial.)
All day Yesterday and today searching
parties were In the field between Otto and
the Bel voir ranch, west of Cheyenne, look
ing for L. Bewail, tha colored porter of
Kanaas City, who Jumped from. an east
bound passenger train a week ago last
Sunday, and who is now roaming on tha
prairies In a nude state, but not a trace
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There are many imitations and adulter
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of the demested negro waa found. The
search will be continued until Bewail is
either captured or hie dead body la re
covered. It Is now almost certain that he
la dead, for no human being could stand
the cold nlghta unclad and without food
longer than a few days. It Is now eleven
days since Bewail left the train, and so
far as known he has partaken of no food
whatever during that time.
This week the Haley and Warren com
parties will engage In a roundup In the
country to the west of Corlett station and
It Is expected that tha cowboys In looking
for est ray cattle In the ravines will come
upon the dead body of the negro.
Want Money for Office Flxtnree.
YORK, Neb., June 8. (Special.)- suit en
tered by John Talley, a former resident.
and N. M. Ferguson, trustee, against A
O. Conlor and I. 8. White to recover 82.600
Is an echo of the old postofflce fight In
York. It seems that when tha postoffioe
waa on the south side of the square a num
ber of business men contributed towards
the purchase of the postofflce fixtures and a
fund to get the postofflce moved north.
Quite a large amount at the time was
raised and used for thla purpose. For seT'
eral yearn there haa been no contest, as
all are seemingly well satisfied, but the
contributors to the fund through their
trustees, Messrs. Palley and Ferguson,
believe that the fixtures belong to them
and have aued the above parties, who are
supposed to be the owners of the fixtures
and In possession.
To Get Rid of m Tronhlesonae Cora.
First soak it In warm water to soften it;
then pare It down as closely as possible
wlthou drawing the blood, and apply
Chamberlain's Pain Balm twice daily, rub.
blng vigorously for five minutes at each
application. A corn plaster should be worn
for a few days to protect It from the shoe.
As a general liniment for sprains, bruises,
lameness and rheumatism. Pain Balm Is
aW Plonr Warehouse.
BEATRICE, Neb., June 8. (Special Tele
gram.) The large warehouse of Black
Bros., millers, was partially destroyed by
fire here tonight Ten thousand sacks of
flour were stored In the building, all of
which Is a total loss. Tha loss la placed
at 812,000, with no Insurance. The origin
of tha Are la unknown.
Some) Nebraska Gradaatee.
: NEW YORK, June ft, (Special Tele
gram.) Hollls 'Hine Arnold of Fremont,
Neb., graduated today at Purdue univer
sity, Lafayette, Xnd, taking bachelor of
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